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2010-659

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volume: 
2010
number: 
659
pubdate: 
20100423
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eid: 
660

Healthy Work Environment: Improving the Quality of Work-life

Sections: 

Toronto, Ontario
June 15, 2010

Organizations understand that their core business is, to a large degree, dependant on creating a healthy and safe work environment. Increased job satisfaction, enhanced morale and reduced absenteeism are some of the additional benefits of maintaining a healthy work environment. Join to hear keynote speakers Dr. Linda Duxbury and Graham Lowe.

For details and to register, visit http://www.oha.com/HWE.

Youth & Mental Health Forum

Sections: 

Scarborough, Ontario
May 13, 2010

1:00-4:00 p.m.
Scarborough Civic Centre

Community Resource Connections of Toronto (CRCT), in partnership with Family Outreach & Response Program, Rouge Valley Health System, Second Base Youth Shelter Scarborough, & Children's Aid Society of Toronto, is organizing a half day forum in Scarborough focusing on Early Intervention in Psychosis for Scarborough's youth, mental health and non-mental health providers, family members and educators.

The overall goal of the forum is to:

Conference on Gender Relations and the Changing Dynamics of Canadian Rural Life

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Guelph, Ontario
May 13-14, 2010

The Rural Women Making Change research program will be hosting a conference on gender relations and the changing dynamics of Canadian rural life at the University of Guelph, on May 13-14, 2010.

In a context where the sexual division of labour continues to be critical to survival, gender relations become a flashpoint for struggles over how change is negotiated, resisted, accommodated and embraced.

Preventing Workplace Violence and Harassment: Preparing for Bill 168

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Toronto, Ontario
May 10, 2010

What do employers need to know in order to comply with Bill 168? How do employers interpret obligations with regards to domestic violence in the workplace? When can employees refuse to go to work? What is the duty to advise on the "history of violence"? These are just some of the questions that will be addressed at this event.

For details, visit http://www.oha.com/WVHB168.

Web Developer, Eastern Ontario Health Unit

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Cornwall, Ontario
Deadline May 9, 2010

Office: 1 Permanent, Full Time position in Cornwall
Salary: To be determined.

Summary

The candidate will support a full-scale strategic communications plan and help pave the way to imagining and implementing new methodologies for using the internet and other interactive medias to provide access to information for the public.

Qualifications

GIS/Health Data Analyst, Eastern Ontario Health Unit

Sections: 

Cornwall, Ontario
Deadline May 9, 2010

Office : 1 Permanent Full Time position in the Cornwall Office
Salary: To be determined

Description of Job

The individual will be responsible for supporting the Epidemiology, research and Evaluation team with GIS analytical skills in addition to various data management, analysis and reporting functions.

Qualifications

Systems Support Officer, Eastern Ontario Health Unit

Sections: 

Cornwall, Ontario
Deadline May 9, 2010

Office: 1 Permanent Full Time Position in Cornwall
Salary: To be determined.

Description of Job

The individual will support the Manager of Information Services to install and maintain information and communication technologies in the Health Unit as well as assist in the education and training of staff as required.

Qualifications:

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